Are you an industry expert looking for the chance to shape the future of your field and mentor your next generation of colleagues? If so, then teaching online for Brandeis University’s Division of Graduate Professional Studies might be right for you. Graduate Professional Studies (GPS) offers 11 fully online, part-time master’s degrees in fields such as Digital Marketing and Design, User Centered Design, and Instructional Design and Technology. Brandeis is consistently ranked among the nation’s best universities and our online courses are developed using best practices in online learning.
Job Summary: Teach a 10-week distance learning graduate course in the Digital Marketing and Design degree program. The course is a Special Topics course from which students will be able to:
Understand methods to achieve growth with limited financial resources through techniques such as content marketing, influencer marketing, and viral marketing.
Know how to fully utilize existing customer base to drive rapid growth.
Be able to describe sustainable digital marketing techniques versus tactical growth hacking techniques and appropriate situations to apply each of these.
Analyze the digital marketing opportunities for an organization and the extent to which having a limited marketing budget can still drive positive outcomes.
General Qualifications to Teach:
Strong knowledge of emerging trends in the field of Digital Marketing.
Eager to facilitate robust discussions across several relevant topics.
Excellent written communication skills and enthusiasm for teaching.
Specific Qualification to Teach:
A cross-functional expert with strong analytical, technical, and creative skills.
Has built or advised companies through periods of marked growth with little or no budget.
Has 2+ years operating experience leading Growth, Growth Marketing, Growth Hacking, Performance Marketing, Acquisition Marketing, or Digital Marketing efforts.
General Job Responsibilities:
Depending on a specific course's needs:
Review/refine a course syllabus to include faculty-specific contact information and course policies.
Modify an existing course syllabus as necessary to realize revised course and weekly outcomes, following program chair guidance.
Develop a course syllabus for a new course, following our syllabus template and course standards.
Develop online content and other course materials in support of course and weekly outcomes.
Create/refine the course site in the learning management system, LATTE (Moodle), following GPS course site standards.
Deliver the online course consistent with the corresponding Rabb School / GPS Online Course Standards.
Adhere to all GPS Faculty policies and procedures, as defined in the Faculty Handbook.
Participate in regular faculty meetings, face-to-face and/or virtually, and contribute to process improvement efforts, including the regular self-evaluation of course outcomes, assessments, and their alignment.
Strong interpersonal skills when relating to students.
Effective written communication skills, including the abilities to:
Convey complex topics in one's subject-matter to others.
Project a professional and appropriate online tone.
Moderate online discussions to promote in-depth engagement in course topics.
Provide useful feedback to students via their graded work.
Time management skills:
Faculty must be able to devote adequate time to courses, communicating timely feedback, engaging regularly in discussions, and responding to student correspondence in a timely manner.
Master's degree or above in related field preferred.
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